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How Do We Know Our Priorities Are Right?

priorities
Do you have a set of priorities in your personal life? Oh, maybe something like: Family > Work > Play…

Do you set priorities in your mind for what the government needs to do? How about your priorities for what your customers need?…

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Publishing Progress – The Highs and the Lows…

publishing

Writers, almost all of them, want to be published. Not so many years ago, the only way to be published that let the multitudes receive your work was to find an agent and have them present your work to editors who then might decide to work with you toward publishing.…

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Reader, Writer, Publisher ~ Wearing Three Hats Can Be Dangerous

Three hats
Do I really mean that being a reader/writer/publisher is dangerous? Well, when I look at the word history of dangerous, I see that it comes from roots that mean the power of a lord…

And, “lord” comes from roots that mean “one who guards the bread”…

So, yes, if you’re contemplating using your experience as a reader to power your writing as you promote your way toward self-publishing, you’re becoming the lord of the process and guarding that bread can become dangerous.…

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New Book on Kindle: What Happened to KayLee, Tears of a Child

Press Release

KayCee Antonee gets electric chair in new book: “What Happened to Kaylee, The Tears of a Child.”
San Francisco, August 18, 2011: CDMbooks@aol.com announced the much awaited release of new Amazon.com EBook that blows the lid off of what happened to baby Kaylee Mary Antonee in Carol Denise Mitchell’s: What Happened to Kaylee, The Tears of a Child.…

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One Book – One Gazillion Reactions…

It’s only a little over three months before I publish my first novel. I’ve known from my other writings that people can vary widely in their response to any given set of words. Even calling my next book a novel has varying reactions.

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Wylie Agency Walking on the Wild Side

This morning, NPR reported that the Wylie Agency, a top literary agency, has teamed with Amazon on a joint venture to electronically publish what’s known as ‘back-list titles,’ best-sellers written long before the age of e-books. The publishing industry wasn’t happy, particularly Random House.…

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